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Finance Team Perspectives. Proud Of Pioneered critical new dimension of the Water Plan Reached consensus on a new method for crafting future finance policy Created a common understanding of current conditions across diverse stakeholders

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Finance Team Perspectives

  • Proud Of
  • Pioneered critical new dimension of the Water Plan
  • Reached consensus on a new method for crafting future finance policy
  • Created a common understanding of current conditions across diverse stakeholders
  • Reached consensus on Shared Values for Prioritizing Investment
  • Reached consensus on Attributes of Future Finance Discussions
  • Developed a new process for quantifying IWM expenditures
  • Analyzed existing and potentially new funding strategies
  • Surprises
  • The extent to which existing, often outdated, funding constructs drive water management planning and investment priorities
  • Lack of (and lack of consistency of) finance data
  • Had to recalibrate entire approach halfway through the process
  • Not a single stakeholder supports a State water user fee
  • Missteps
  • Underestimated need to discuss precursors such as scope of IWM and the role of State Government in IWM
  • Should have begun by identifying stakeholder values surrounding IWM (e.g. economic stability, enriching human experiences, sustaining ecosystems, etc.)
  • Spent too much time discussing State water user fees and GO bonds since these strategies can only help meet a small fraction of future IWM funding demands

Team Members- Allan Highstreet-Lisa Beutler -Paul Massera

- KamyarGuivetchi-Megan Fidell

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